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City of London Police launches Servator

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The City of London Police, responsible for the security in the City of London, has launched a new safety scheme to protect the world’s most important financial centre.

Named Project Servator, the idea behind the concept is to bring more force to the streets, but not all will be visible.

Plain clothed officers will start patrolling the streets in the Square Mile, assuring that no disturbances make someone’s experience in the capital something regretful.

Dogs and horses have also been deployed to patrol the area.

Car searches and body search (with previous court authorization) will be happening more often at different locations.

The new tactics were developed and trialed over the past three years and were designed to deter and disrupt criminal and terrorist activity.

The community was also involved in the preparation phase and more than 250 local businesses and organizations received talks about the project.

Although it’s mainly designed for the City of London, the scheme will be extended as far as the Houses of Parliament, Westminster whenever needed.

Johão Lima is the founder, chairman, CEO, creative director and more at CNTimes. He has studied Journalism at London's elected best journalism university, the London Metropolitan University. Lima is also the founder and campaigning director for Care for Warriors, the radio head of news for his university station, a news correspondent for American based website Her Campus and still collaborates in a vast list of other projects as a freelancer. The many jobs man also writes a journalism blog based on his own experience named A Media Affair. Lima is also the visual merchandiser manager Europe and the UK supervisor for Columbia Sportswear. Lima was born in Lisbon, Portugal where he concluded his high school studies in 2011 moving to London on the same year. His personal interests make up a long list. News and current affairs, politics, art, fitness and sport, TV production, social networks, reporting, networking, travelling, photography and music are just some of the main areas. When he founded CNTimes he started the website as a simple university assignment blog that quickly became bigger than he thought. The vision for CNT* had to change and adapt itself as the time was going by and has reached the point where we are now. The plan for the next year has also been layered down and seeks an extreme growth in all senses turning CNT* into a truly international, interactive and inspirational news and current affairs media platform. You can get in touch with Johão Lima via:Email: [email protected]: @johaolimaFacebook: Johão Marques Lima
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